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Win a Bento USB Drive

Those of you that follow me on Twitter know that a few weeks ago someone sent me the link to the coolest thing I’d seen in just about forever: the Bento USB drive. Luckily, I was able to buy two before the drool shorted out my keyboard. They took a while to get here, but when they did I practically screamed like a little girl.

They’re only 2 gigs so they aren’t good for holding your collection of bento images for long, but really, WHO CARES?!! It’s a freaking USB drive with a tiny bento on it!! I don’t think I’ll even use mine, I just want to look at it and grin ear to ear.

Like I said, I bought two. One for me and one for one of you. To enter, simply comment on this blog post and tell me what bento tool you feel you can’t live without and why. Is it a nori punch? An onigiri mold? A simple toothpick? Scissors? Tell me all about it! I’ll accept entries until September 18th then pick a random winner from the bunch. The contest is open worldwide and I’m limiting it to one entry per person.

I should also mention that today is the official day that Kawaii Bento Boxes: Cute and Convenient Japanese Meals on the Gobecomes available for sale. You can read my review about it here. If you buy the book, be sure to post there and let me know what you think of it!

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  • chopsticks so i can eat my bento. I win.

  • The tool I can’t live without is cute divider cups! Re-usable silicone come in awesome little shapes, and disposable wax paper have the cutest prints, and I dont have to worry about cleaning really messy food off of them!

    Divider cups are love!
    And so is that USB drive =O so cool!

  • Dominic Knight

    The one tool I couldn’t live without is my small paring knife. I use it to cut my fruits and veggies into shapes, or peel them with designs.

  • My bento boxes of course! πŸ˜‰

  • I don’t use much in the name of supplies — we have to go pretty simple on our finances, so for me, the boxes are pretty important, particularly since they help with portions. I can generally do food categories on my own, but portions can be harder to figure.

  • Bento equipment I truly can’t live without?

    I posed this question to my son, who rolled his eyes, and said, “Your BRAIN, Mama! You can’t make a bento without being creative.”

    Okay, fair enough, but in the real world, a sharp knife, CLOSELY followed by cute two-tier boxes. LURVE them.

  • Hmm.. I thought about this for a while. It’s hard, because I love all my boxes with bento gear so much.

    But one simple thing I keep returning to and which was among the very first things I ever bought is a set of two star shapes, a small and a larger one. I have several other star shapers by now, but these are … well.. cute! They have the same rounded shape as the stars in Super Mario. It’s hard to explain and it seems silly to call a star “cute” – but that is in fact what they are. Cute. As is this USB drive. It is pure awesomeness. I hope to win it of course, or else I’ll simply have to cave in and buy one of my own, because.. this is just something a true bento-holic MUST own ^_^

  • Sara

    I definitely cannot live without an onigiri mold. I love onigiri but my hands can’t handle the heat when forming them without a mold. A mold is quick, easy, and convenient!

  • Patrice

    My favorite bento tool is a waffle bladed knife I bought for a few dollars at a kitchen supply store. The blade cuts ripple patterns on vegetables like cucumbers and carrots. They look cute without any significant effort.

  • mayo cups. gotta have ’em.

  • The one tool I can’t do without is… my iphone. I put some bento inspirations on it (pictures taken from the net), so that I won’t be short on ideas as to how to arrange my food. Complete with recipe apps from various places, my iphone is… get a greasy indispensable little tool πŸ™‚

  • I really love my food picks. I use them more for decoration than for function though. They’re just such a quick and easy way to brighten up an otherwise bland box!

  • rhiannon

    well, one thing I cant live without is the internet, where I get such great ideas and reciipes! I would have never heard of bento without that!

    I have a set of very small onigiri molds (a star, a bear face and a heart) that makes what I call “popcorn” oniigiri because they are about as big as a mouthful of popcorn. They are cute, easy to decorate, and since I have problems with my tummy and can’t eat a lot at one setting, a couple of them in my bento makes it cute and is just the right size for my appetite.

  • I know that official bento boxes are not required to make one, but I couldn’t live without mine! I love them all so much, and even though I have way more than I need, I always keep buying more! Each box is so cute, I just can’t resist them.

  • Christine M.

    My chopsticks and onigiri molds!

  • Cath

    That USB is so cute! I can’t live without the dividers. Food tastes so much better when it tastes like the food it is, rather than what it’s touching. Did that make sense? It’s like going to a deli and having everything taste like the pickle they put next to everything…

  • Wow, what a tough question! I have two plastic shoeboxes and an old floppy disk box that hold the bento gear that is used too regularly to be put in the 3 drawer unit in the hall closet that are filled w/ cutters, egg molds, good cups and dividers etc.

    I guess I’d have to go with the egg molds – Hubby wants salads every day pretty much and they give me something cute to add to it and make a chef’s salad – I have been enamored with the egg molds since day 1 πŸ˜€ Then again I do love my flower veggie cutters too… Oh so hard – can I say both?! lol

    OK, ok, I’m sticking with the egg molds…

  • Destiny

    I can’t live without a (cookie?)cutter of any shape. I don’t know why, but as long as I see my bento filled with little star carrots or heart shapped kiwis rather than just a plain bento..I guess it just brightens my day alittle. πŸ˜€

  • Brittni

    I think I cannot live without little bento cups. They are so convenient and divide things perfectly. I can put chicken and fruit salad in the same layer!

  • Firinel

    I’d say the one thing that I couldn’t live without, in terms of making bento, is a small very sharp knife. It’s useful in almost every application!

  • Sarah

    My onigiri mold! I bought it from a 100 yen shop in Harajuku when I was in Japan earlier in the year and it’s gotten so much use I’ll probably need a new one soon!

  • Deann

    food picks! They are cute and with a food pick, my kids will eat anything I put in their bento or on their dinner plate.

  • Definitely my paring knife – I can slice up a carrot paper-thin, whip up an octo-wenie or cube up some fruit – for sure a multi-tasker that Alton Brown would approve of πŸ™‚

  • Kim

    Well my bento boxes are much loved, but a friend this summer gave me some little silicon cupcake cups that I’ve been using as dividers. LOVE ’em!

  • Best bento tool is lettuce. Simple lettuce leaves aren’t tools, but you and I both know that it is the greatest thing to bento since onigiri. It brightens up a box, it acts as awesome filler, and you can eat it. πŸ™‚

    Btw, my usb drive is in the shape of ikura nigiri. πŸ™‚ But this bento one is WAAAAAY cooler.

  • Christina

    Oh my goodness, that is sooo cute. It even looks good enough to eat! πŸ™‚

  • Biochemcrazy

    I don’t think I’ve ever made a bento without using at least one silicone cup. They are the best for containing small foods, or just keeping things separated.

  • Oh boy! That is just too cute! My bento tool would have to be…cookie cutters! I can make great shapes of all kinds…especially awesome sakuras. πŸ™‚

  • When I prepare bento, I must have my cutting board. That’s where I cut, un-mould onigiris, use my shape cutters on sandwiches, fruits and veggies. I really cannot do without a cutting board every time!

  • I love my two-tier metal tiffin! It keeps my food cold, makes coworkers think it’s a teapot, and I love the plate that separates the sections!

  • Carder

    The tool I can’t live without is my onigiri molds. I love the little hearts and stars. The one that gets the most use is the spam musubi maker…the one that make two musubis at once!

  • Ciliegio

    I love all my bento stuff so much! But probably the thing I ALWAYS have when I pack one is an individually wrapped germ-x soft wipe. They are just the perfect size to fit in the box and then I always have clean hands when I’m ready to eat no matter where I am. Happy bento!

  • Lalaroo

    The one thing I couldn’t live without is my dividers/cups. They are so helpful for keeping food separated!

  • Alex

    I couldn’t live without sauce cups! I put sauces on almost everything I eat and I’ve always got a TON inside my bentos.
    Even better is the fact that they have animal heads on them… my bentos look like the zoo everytime!

  • A knife. You can use tupperware for the box, different containers for sauce etc. But I’ve got to have a knife. Cut brocoli, cheese, spread mayo etc.

  • MaΓ―ane

    My rice cooker of course πŸ˜‰
    Thanks to it, the rice is perfect for onigris, sushis… but it is also perfect for cooking of vegetables, cakes, meats…
    It is THE tool you can’t live without πŸ˜‰

  • Reactive

    The chopsticks, it has got to be them. OR ELSE, just think of the consequences.

  • My trusty boxes! Bento just isn’t the same when made in a clear Tupperware box.


  • CTO

    my chopsticks…. two sticks that are the most versatile piece of cutlery… very precise and i just love that they come in different sizes & designs.

  • Susan D.

    My green Hello Kitty bento box!

  • Susan D.

    My green Hello Kitty bento box because it holds just the right amount of food for me!

  • Tara

    I just started making bentos and the one thing I always need is my onigiri mold- I have yet to make them perfect by hand.

  • My veggie steamer. Gotta have it!

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  • oh my goodness! How cute! ^_^

    Oh, what to pick? I love everything that helps me make bento! I guess I’ll go with my egg molds. They make a boring lunch fun and cute. They always amaze(and slightly scare) my friends too. πŸ˜€

  • My most needed, most loved and can’t-bento-without item are cookie cutters, which I use for almost anything. Veggies, dumplngs, more veggies, actual cookies.. they always add a nice something!
    And for the leftovers with cutting veggies – my hamsters are all happy about them πŸ˜€

  • Right you are, wiggling that usb-drive in front of our noses.. LOL It’s really very kind of you!

    The tool I can’t do without sounds a bit dull: just some nice small (closable!) containers for dressing, dip, dried herbs & spices, nuts and stuff. I had to do without them for a long time and that was no fun.

    Also, not a tool BUT very important is the motivation provided by a community! Friends & family IRL and on the web LOL Last year I stopped making bento’s for months because I felt very lonely in the bento department. Not anymore though! πŸ™‚

  • The bento USB drive is super super cute. Thanks for organising the giveaway.

    For me, I must said the most important tool is the silicon cup, so versatile with the shape and I normally use it as divider or to store fruits/sauce or anything I could think off.

  • Like a lot of others the first thing that popped into my head was my silicone cups. I bake with them a LOT and then they very conveniently just pop right into my boxes to wait for other goodies to be arranged around them. As an added bonus, my 3 year old will try just about anything that comes to him as a muffin πŸ™‚

  • My favorite tool is the chef knife I won in one of your other contests. I use it several times a day EVERYday.

  • I am new to bento ,I always tried to make my dishes eye pleasing,I would say a sharp knife and toothpicks. I also love using edible flowers

  • Becky

    Scissors, definitely. Given that I have a scarce number of bentou tools at hand I need the scissors to make cool shapes with nori.

  • Jane Carver

    I would say I am loving my new smiley hole punch. With my son starting first grade next week, I have been practicing with it and it is so cute!

  • Jolie Baduini

    The tool I need the most? My paring knife. With a good knife you can do anything you really need to do. I thought about this for a while and realized with out an actual box and a very sharp knife there just is no point.

  • Okwes

    I totally love my onigiri mold! it makes things soooo much easier!

  • The best tool? Your website! I’m fairly new to bento-making, and without your website I wouldn’t be as far as I am! Always great inspiration, tips, tools, recipes and reviews!

  • Cherrypopz

    I cannot live without my bunny food cutter and my animal sauce bottles !

  • Ashley

    Definitely my silicone baking cups that I repurposed for bento. They keep things so tidy!

  • the most helpful tool I own is an onigiri mold.
    Other than that, I use baran and little wax-lined cups quite often.

  • Right now my “can’t live without” are the cute Halloween “poison” paper cupcake cups because my kids adore them.

    Non seasonal? the bone shaped food picks for their fruit.

  • I could not live without my food coloring markers. They have become my main staple. Almost anything else I could improvise some other way, but I must have my markers!

  • Gaspode

    My favorite tool would have to be my plastic wrap from Ichiban Kan ( ;_; ). I can wrap individual portions of warm rice in it, freeze it, and pop a serving in the microwave when I need it. Supposedly, the plastic wrap doesn’t leak any chemicals when heated, so that makes me feel better. The rice comes out perfect every time! And, since I can’t get it online anymore, it’s even more precious to me!

  • Aimee S.

    I love all my little food picks…especially the teddy bear ones!

  • OH! I need this USB key, it’s soooooo cute!
    My faborite bento item has to be my triangle shaped onigiri mold. Cheap, but oh so useful to make individual rice portions to keep in the fridge for a few days, or in the freezer for a few months.

  • erisgrrrl

    I LOVE divider cups and printed foil! I don’t use them much for myself (because I’m hoggy and want full portions of food in my lunches) but I use several in each box for my son. He’s never expressed that he doesn’t like his food to touch but I’m not taking chances!

  • Daniel

    The bento tool that I can not do without is the internet. Without the ability to look at other people’s great work and how they managed to create them, I would be lost. My horses would look like dogs and everything would be held in place with staples and scotch tape.

  • Stella

    At the risk of sounding boring, the one thing I can’t live without (literally) for my bentos is not a tool, but a nutrient — Protein, my favorite form being eggs. I have severe hypoglycemia, and eggs have been my favorite food ever since I was young.

    A few years back I was in a Japanese immersion program in Monterey, CA. I wanted to start making bentos for myself after I left my Japanese home, mother and brother. My Japanese mom knew about my low blood sugar and she always made dishes with eggs every day.

    Ever since I started making bentos for myself I’m able to have eggs in all kinds of forms every day. I have a great and beautiful reminder of how wonderful she was to me, and I can always have that slow-burning protein pick-me-up to get me through the long afternoons at work.

  • Julianne

    OMG! That USB key it tooooo cute!!! I would pick toothpicks because they help withe finishing touches.

  • Yvo

    Essential is… me! So I can make them and eat them. Or umm… no, really, it’s just me. lol

  • Amy

    The bento item I can’t live without is silicone cups. I have all kinds of cutters and shapers and dividers and picks, but the one thing that goes into nearly every bento is a square silicone baking cup from Wilton. I got mine at Hobby Lobby (craft store), but they are also available through Amazon:

  • Jill H.

    My Nori face punch, my SIL got it for me from Japan, and I use it almost every day for DD’s lunches, a cute little face on her food seems to encourage her to actually eat her lunch at school.

  • Meagan

    I couldn’t bento without my OXO mini santoku (did I spell that wrong?) knife. Having that has really sped up the process and I can use it for almost everything! I can not use cute cookie cutters on my carrots or cucumbers without being able to slice them nicely.

  • I got to say my little cute picks. They add an easy touch of colour and cuteness to even the most boring lunch and are useful too!

  • Luigi

    The tool that is most indispensable in bento-making is my little Kom-Kom kitchen knife with the orange handle. This thrifty buy has become an all-purpose knife, from carving carrot and cucumber leaves to cleanly slicing sushi and tamago.

  • candi

    My tiny cookie cutters. Ive got star, flower and sakura and i love them for cutting out cheese and veggies πŸ™‚

  • Tiffany

    I would have to say at the moment my favorite tool are my silicon dividers. They help me keep things in place and not have food mixing when I don’t want it to.

  • Pam D

    I can’t live without little tiny sauce bottles and cups. I use at least one every single time I make a lunch. Soy sauce, ponzu, peanut butter… So many things that can’t be packed without those tiny containers!

  • JEngelland

    That is so cute πŸ™‚

    I can’t live without my cookie cutter. It is 6 sided and each side has a different shape. It’s great for all sorts of things, cookies, sandwiches, slices of fruit or veggies…it’s awesome.

  • Mallt

    I have to say the boxes too… I know that you can do just as good a job in any container but for me to make the effort I have to be using one of my bento boxes… the fact that I have a set size & dividers means I have to really think about what I’m putting where.

  • Danielle

    I could never survive a Bento-making without my onigri molds. I just love them. Hearts, triangles, BEARS! Oh my!

  • That’s just the coolest thing I’ve seen in a long time. And it looks so real, I first tought it was one of YOUR bento, it’s crazy!

    As for my favorite bento tool, it is probably toothpicks. It is so cute, it is reusable, and it can really change a bento from normal to awesome!

  • Kelly

    My favorite bento tool is my onigiri maker. I would be totally lost without it!

  • Susan Lin

    The one tool I can not live without is my lunch box. If I did not own a lunch box I would not be able to pack my cute lunch!! πŸ™‚

    I hope this counts. πŸ™‚

  • Ojy

    At first I thought my silicone cups. That seemed a common sentiment. But then I really thought about it. The silicone cups sure are handy, but what REALLY makes my day, is when I open the box and see my little penguin mayo cup grinning up at me.

    Seriously. That little penguin always causes me to smile. I guess, in a way, it helps me feel like a child, and makes me enjoy my lunch all that much more.

  • Jo

    As a tool for decorating, I only have one so far so I will say it; A small plastic hole puncher with a star and a crow I got when I was a little girl. My mom saved it for decorating cards and stuff and today I use it to make nori stars for my little creations!

  • Except for my boxes, I would never be able to make any bentos without my chopsticks. It serves in many way : placing little bento filler, and of course eat it. What’s the point of doing great bentos (or not so great when I run out of time) if not eating it? None. Ahaha

  • Cloth/linen napkins used as furoshiki. It makes the bento feel fancy and it makes for a great way to store chopsticks.

  • corinne

    my penguin mayo cup. so far it is mostly a salad dressing cup instead, but oh well. i have an entire collection of penguin things i’ve built over the years (stuffed toys, little china figurines, antique metal windups, salt and pepper shakes, cheese knife set, scarves, etc etc.,…) and this one is the most useful of the whole bunch. it just makes me smile to take one of my penguins to work with me.

  • Barbara

    Picks! those little 3 prong ones, they are the greatest thing ever for those ‘too smooth and/or hard to pick up with chopsticks’ kind of foods

  • Heather

    I love food picks. They make such a simple way to decorate your bento without having to think too much.

  • Laura

    I could not do bento without my husband. I’m always indecisive on what to cook, and he always knows what he wants =D

  • Ariel

    I have to go with my rice cooker-one of the few luxuries in the kitchen. Cutting everything up by hand I have enough to worry about without rice on top of it!

  • Rain

    ok i have to laugh at the screaming like a little girl cause well my husband laughs when i do it so i know now that im not alone!! i think honestly what i use the most is the hot dog cutters. my kids havent eaten a regular hot dog on a bun in a year! so if its a squid or a crab or a penguin i think i need that the most for my sanity and the kids.

  • scwkitty

    My mini microwave steamer! It’s sooooo handy for reheating anything that comes out of the freezer (veggies, meatballs, onigiri, etc.) without drying it out.

  • Cyntilla

    My two (regular and small) onigiri molds, now that I’ve mastered the tecnique! How lame of me, I know… XD

  • I love my lock and lock box because I can put anything in it without fear of leaking. Sure it’s not super cute but it’s convenient when I just want to throw the box into my purse!

  • I absolutely couldn’t live without veggie sushi rolls, which means I absolutely couldn’t live without my bamboo sushi roller mat! Simple, ancient, and totally useful.

  • Kyla

    I cant live without my onigiri mnoulds, no matter how hard I try I just cant get a great onigiri without using the mould!

  • That is a hard one!! But a sharp knife springs to mind and my two-tier bentoboxes!! I cannot live without them πŸ™‚

    @The USB, it is extremely cute!!!

  • StarsOfCASSiOPEiA

    ((Wow, that USB is EPIC. O.O))

    I’d probably say that I couldn’t survive making onigiri without my little onigiri maker. We found it in a box in the basement, and Mum didn’t even know what it was at first! I immediately freaked out in joy, though.

    Definitely a good knife and a cutting board too. No idea what I’d do without those.

  • I cant live without my Hello KittyΒ΄s chopsticks… made by wood, because i dont like plastic materials.

  • Michelle

    for me, it’s the box itself. if I don’t have super cute matching pink boxes, it’s not nearly as fun! πŸ™‚

  • Sara

    Boring answer, but I have to go with what some others have said… a really SHARP paring knife. Also, my little sauce bottles with snap-close tops because they stay tight closed without leaking.

  • chopsticks. they’re so much easier to maneuver than a fork for delicately placing/rotating items in a bento bento box. western utensils can be so clumsy!

  • daidai

    I don’t have much, so my must-have would be the bento dividers, to prevent all my flavors from mixing!

  • Cookie cutters! They are an easy way to add “cute” to my lunch. πŸ™‚

  • Irene

    Onigiri mold! That makes bento making easy even if all you have is just rice and furikake.

  • Natana

    I’ve just started making these. I love my egg molds and am just trying to build up a collection. I found some pre-punched nori (pokemon shaped) at the Asian grocery store. I can’t wait to see the look on my kids faces!

  • I know this sounds boring, but the most important tool for making a bento for me is a good paring knife. With a good knife you can pretty much pull off everything: trim things down to fit, cut food into nice shapes, peel veggies…you name it.

  • The many wonderful websites, like yours, that provide such terrific ideas!

  • Sara

    It is boring – but my Lock & Lock boxes. I use these 90% of the time so I can throw lunch in my backpack and not worry about leaking. I love my cute traditional bento boxes, but they rarely get used anymore!

  • I love my multi-layered bento boxes.

  • Harley

    My most important tool is my egg mold! Well, actually, its not that important. I just like hello kitty lol

  • andrea

    I really like using tiny jars for sauces… When I was youngers I never had dressing with my salads but now I like to include just a little bit in my lunch box…
    thanks for the contest, it’s been fun reading all of the comments πŸ™‚

  • Denise

    Food picks! Especially the ones that look like bones for the meat balls.

  • Denise Chang

    The paper cutter to cut cute shapes from seaweed paper.

  • Sami

    My husband to watch the kids so I have time to pack all of our lunches for the next day!

  • Jill

    I taught in Japan more than ten years ago, and bought a gingko at the Aritsugu knife store in Kyoto. Not a gourd or a maple leaf, but a gingko. It took about a year of visiting to make sure I was picking the right one, and a couple more months before I finally gave in and bought the thing. And now I take such pleasure in it, every day, for years!

  • Mimi

    My favorite bento tool is simple. Patty pans, or a normal people call them, paper muffin cases. They transform a neat bento box into a colorful eyefeast. (Incidently, that should be a word. Doesn’t it sound delicious?)

    I buy beautifully colored, striped or spotted patty pans, fill them up with my little clumps of which ever food I am cooking.

    Incidentally, I have seen a similar USB drive. (Well, not similar at all but…) this one connects to a little pot so that you can…*drumroll*…warm up your lunch via your computer.
    Rendered useless by a microwave but, c’mon, it connects to your computer via USB. Who wouldn’t buy it?


  • panda

    I can’t live my chopsticks!

  • My boxes, of course! πŸ™‚ More than that? My little set of carving tools!

  • I am sort of a begginer, so I don’t have that many bento items. So, I have to be creative. I really love dollar store cookie cutters. I got Halloween shaps last week.
    That usb is adorable!
    Thank you for posting.

  • I love that bento USB stick! If it had bigger memory, I would buy whether I won or not.
    So, here’s my entry…
    The bento item I CANNOT live without is my nori-punch collection. Most of the time I don’t have time to construct elaborate bentos, and a nori-punched expression really brightens up a lunch item. Also, I quite often use them to express my mood on that day, or cheer me up. Who wouldn’t be cheered up by a smiling onigiri when they’re down?

  • Chung

    awesome bento usb drive XD

    my bento tool is aluminum foil to keep the juices from mixing >.>

  • I’m fairly new to bento, so I haven’t had a chance to test out a lot of tools, but the simple onigiri molds have probably been the best thing I came across. I tried making a standard oval onigiri without a mold – an effort which consisted of me jumping around as I burned my hands, running to the sink to wash off all the rice that stuck to me – then saying a few unladylike things when the rice wouldn’t stick to itself, and . . . you get the idea. I did finally make a passable froggie onigiri, but YAY onigiri molds!

  • Elena

    My favorite tool is teh interwebs…as it were. Sometimes I come up a little shallow in the creativity department, (which is weird for an art major) and I need some creative input. Some of the stuff you guys come up with though is so damn cute and creative I just have to kick myself and say, “Why didn’t I think of that?!”

  • OMG! That USB is just too cool!

    Hmmm, what tool do I really need…
    I’d have to say my potato knife (actually I have about 6 of these, for when 5 end up in the dishwasher at the same time). I make practical rather than pretty bentos, so getting my food to fit in my box is a big requirement. I do tend to try and cut decoratively, bit sometimes I just can’t bothered and plunk everything in…

  • Mer

    I love this little USB card with the bento on it! I saw it somewhere else, too, and thought it was too cute. Now I have a chance to WIN one… yipee!

    The tool I can’t do without right now is my little star-shaped veggie cutter. A carrot star here or there really spruces up a boring bento… lol.

  • i second Bhevarri’s thought on the silicone molds, but i really get a lot of use out of the egg molds and 5-compartment sushi molds. i love how the sushi molds don’t crush the rice or smush the grains together.

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